If you run any kind of business, are thinking about starting a business, or are interested in technology, then you’ve no doubt been hearing a lot about the cloud. People often talk about it as though it’s the greatest, most revolutionary thing since sliced bread. (We can ignore the fact that the Internet in general is as revolutionary as people often say it is, nor is it as widespread.) So if you’re involved in a business, then you’re probably wondering if cloud computing is really worth it.
Computers are on of the biggest causes of stress and heartache that the world has to offer. They are hard to use. And, they just love to go wong. When you’re using a computer at home, it’s easier to let these things slide. But, in work; you have to make sure that all of the computers in your business are operating as they should. Otherwise, you may not be able to get your work done at all. This sort of effort should be taken by any business, at any size. And, it should be your priority. To help you out, this post will be going through some of the best ways to make sure that computers don’t hurt your business.
You’re more than just one aspect of your marketing team: you’re the one who’s in charge. While the success of your marketing project will be determined by the efforts of all involved, it’ll ultimately be on your shoulders that the glory or failure falls. That’s why you need to be the absolute best leader you can be to ensure the people below you are able to deliver their best work. But if you’ve never really led a project before, then where do you start?
AGPR Principal and Founder Alex Greenwood will present a talk on “Inbound Marketing for High-Growth Startups” Wednesday March 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM at the Sprint Accelerator in downtown Kansas City. The event is part of the Enterprise Center in Johnson County’s Marketing Series, which takes an in-depth look at the science and analytics behind marketing campaigns–from the basics of growth hacking to ins-and-outs of content marketing.